Patricia Jackson
VICAM
Patricia Jackson (United States)
Technical publication

Mycotoxin Testing in the Feed Chain: A Risk Prevention Strategy for Raw Material Suppliers, Grain Storage Facilities and Processors, and Feed Manufacturers

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Mycotoxin Testing in the Feed Chain: A Risk Prevention Strategy for Raw Material Suppliers, Grain Storage Facilities and Processors, and Feed Manufacturers
For feed chain stakeholders in an increasingly competitive marketplace, the bottom line can rise or fall with the contaminant levels in grain and other raw materials. The repercussions of feedstuffs that fail to meet the highest safety...
Benjamin Kövesi
Technical publication

Effects of Fusarium Mycotoxin Exposure on Lipid Peroxidation and Glutathione Redox System in the Liver of Laying Hens

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Effects of Fusarium Mycotoxin Exposure on Lipid Peroxidation and Glutathione Redox System in the Liver of Laying Hens
Several mycotoxin interactions have recently been studied in in vivo and in vitro experiments. However, to estimate the nature of the interactions, we need to know the individual effects. Farm animals typically intake mycotoxins orally with feed...
Morgan Montgomery
Morgan Montgomery (United States)
Publication of news release

Virtual Poster Session: 2021 Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals

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Below you will find the link to access the conference site, which hosts a PDF for each of the posters (including those being presented in person) and the abstracts. You can view all of the posters now...
Adisseo
Technical publication

Secure Storage

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Secure Storage
The safety and quality of feed materials, such as grain, is a high-profile topic of great importance. Grain is an important and significant source of contamination in the food chain and it also carries the risk of the consumers being exposed to ...
Insaf Riahi
Phileo by Lesaffre
Insaf Riahi (Spain)
Technical publication

Effects of Deoxynivalenol-Contaminated Diets on Productive, Morphological, and Physiological Indicators in Broiler Chickens

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Effects of Deoxynivalenol-Contaminated Diets on Productive, Morphological, and Physiological Indicators in Broiler Chickens
Deoxynivalenol (DON) is a secondary metabolite produced by Fusarium fungi. DON is the most widespread mycotoxin found in grains such as wheat, rye, barley, maize, oats, and their byproducts [1,2]. A recent survey, reported that DON...
Dr Pooja Bhardwaj
Technical publication

Poultry Liver: An Easy target for all Toxins… But a tough fighter too

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Poultry Liver: An Easy target for all Toxins… But a tough fighter too
Lesions associated with aflatoxin in liver include enlarged fatty livers with hemorrhage and anemia. Lesions associated with trichothecenes from Fusarium fungi include an inflamed, bright red to yellow hemorrhagic liver. Ochratoxin is the second...
Gunther Antonissen
Ghent University
Technical publication

Effects of Deoxynivalenol and Fumonisins on Broiler Gut Cytoprotective Capacity

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Effects of Deoxynivalenol and Fumonisins on Broiler Gut Cytoprotective Capacity
Mycotoxins’ damaging effects on broiler gut health are largely related to oxidative stress and subsequent inflammation. Therefore, a topic of paramount importance is how mycotoxin-related oxidative stress can be addressed promptly and effective...
Chiara Dall Asta
Publication of news release

C-13 internal standards for mycotoxins analysis: trend or necessity?

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Chiara Dall’Asta, food chemistry professor at the University of Parma, debates the use of C-13 internal standards in mycotoxins analysis. Mycotoxins are fungal secondary metabolites, occurring in a wide spectrum of food and feed...
Peetambar Dahal
UC Davis - University of California
Peetambar Dahal (United States)
Technical publication

Climate Smart Dry Chain for Food and Nutrition Security in Nepal

Views: 509
Global efforts to feed the burgeoning population have focused on increasing food production and access. In the meantime, FAO estimates about 1/3 food loss in the developing countries. To minimize these losses, grain storage techniques were...
Dr. Gary Munkvold
Iowa State University
Dr. Gary Munkvold (United States)
Technical publication

Mycotoxin Production in Fusarium According to Contemporary Species Concepts

Views: 575
Fusarium is one of the most important genera of plant-pathogenic fungi in the world and arguably the world's most important mycotoxin-producing genus. Fusarium species produce a staggering array of toxic metabolites that contribute to plant...
 
 
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